An avid observer of history and the many cross-cultural connections it unearths, Rehan Khan, has always been intrigued by how ideas move from one civilisation to the next. He is the author of A Demon's Touch (2022), A King’s Armour (2020), and A Tudor Turk (2019) which was nominated for the Carnegie Medal in 2020. These novels have been described as Mission Impossible in the Sixteenth century,
Some interesting facts about Rehan are:
When his daughter was six years old she asked him “Daddy, what do you want to be when you grow up?”- as a manager working in a company, it really got him thinking and it was the spark which ignited his writing career.
His first novel (Last of the Tasburai) took four years to write, his second (Scream of the Tasburai) took two years, the third (Legends of the Tasburai) took 18 months, the fourth (A Tudor Turk) 12 months, and the fifth (A King’s Armour) took 9 months.
He is particularly interested in the myths, legends and narratives which unite people from different parts of the world.
Rehan also has some ideas about the business world, should you be interested in knowing what they are, then take a look at www.rehankhan.org